The Division of Pulmonary Medicine provides clinical care in clinical care in pediatric pulmonology and cystic fibrosis at Doernbecher Childrens Hospital, a 151 bed hospital-within-a-hospital associated with OHSU, and a member of NACHRI, as well as Doenbecher Childrens Hospital Outpatient Clinics. Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine also provides outreach clinics to various locations across the Portland Metro Area and throughout the state.
This position will assist leading the OHSU Cystic Fibrosis Center in their clinical, clinical research and improvement activities. This position will also have responsibilities on the pediatric pulmonary inpatient service, outpatient and outreach clinics, and will assume an appropriate share of both night and weekend on-call service. The Pulmonary Medicine Division is involved in providing and leading educational endeavors for medical students and residents. Division members may also participate in translational research and clinical trials. While this faculty member will provide a full range of pediatric pulmonary clinical service, the focus of this position will be the coordination and management of cystic fibrosis patients. This position will also provide support for the administration of the divisions cystic fibrosis program.
Oregon Medical License
Board Certified/Board Eligible in Pediatric Pulmonary
Must have completed a three year, GME approved Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine Fellowship
Clinical research experience and administrative experience in an established CF Center.
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